Microprocessors/Debug/Assembly

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    Microprocessors/Debug/Assembly

    As you can probably see by the title I'm pretty much lost in the subject of Microprocessors in 2nd year of CS degree. I missed the first 2 weeks of college and have been too far behind ever since. Anyway, I have an important assignment for Wednesday. I'll post it up but what I'm basically looking for is online tutorials on the subject. Thanks in advance.

    Screen Character Bouncer

    Design, code, test and document an assembly language (Intel 80x86) program
    that will :
    Shift a string of text characters back & forth, a number of times, along a
    single row of a text-mode screen.

    Each student will have to decide on his/her own values for the following
    parameters :
    * the string (3 to 6 characters long);
    * the row (any row, except the top 4 rows of the screen);
    * the number of back-&-forth cycles (at least 4 cycles);
    * the shifting rate (slow enough for the string to be readable on whatever
    PC you use to test your program).

    The text screen buffer RAM is mapped to segment B800 (for most colour screen
    adapters).

    The shifting rate is to be controlled using a software delay, implemented by
    a single subroutine. (Do not embed delay code in main routine.)

    Include in your submission:
    * Executable program file. (On floppy disk, to be returned later.)
    * Hardcopy of Program Listing. (eg. printout from Excel or Word or other)
    * Hardcopy of Program Description (what it does) and Explanation (its
    purpose).
    (for each section and for each operation of your program).
    * Partial trace of your main routine. Show how it executes a ‘bounce’ off
    the side of the screen.
    (Jump over the delay subroutine).
    * Partial trace of your delay subroutine (2 or 3 times around each loop).
    Include any flags used.
    * The Make, Model and Speed (in MHz) of a PC that you tested your program
    on.
    * A measurement of the time taken to execute your program on the above PC.


    * Submit your completed assignment to me, at your scheduled class time, as
    follows:
    Group B: Wed 9th Nov
    Group C: Thu 10th Nov
    Group A: Mon 14th Nov

    * This assignment accounts for 50% of the Laboratory Assessment.

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    Sorry, but we dont help with homework

    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/annou...ouncementid=39

    If you want tutorials, then a web search will help you, but if your claims about being behind are true, then I can only suggest seeking help from your tutor - that's what they are there for

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